A Capital Conundrum: Examining the Roles of Race and Partisanship in the District of Columbia Voting Rights Movement.

Adler, Karen Robin.

This thesis investigates the roles that race and partisanship have played in the Congressional debates over voting representation for the District of Columbia over the past fifty years. While D.C. residents accept that these two factors have had a significant presence in the failure to achieve Congressional voting representation, I examine the Congressional Record to identify traces of... read more

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Tufts University. Department of Political Science.
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